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AIBA Men's World Boxing Championships

Boxing: Amit Panghal Clinches Gold, Injured Satish Bags Silver At World Cup

Dec 19, 2020 Agencies

Panghal was given a walkover by Germany's Argishti Terteryan.

Amit Panghal Enters Final, India Assured 4 Medals; Positive COVID Case In Contingent

Dec 17, 2020 Agencies

The team was hit by a positive COVID-19 case in a support staff member, however, none of the travelling boxers returned positive


Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju Felicitates Boxers Amit Panghal, Manish Kaushik With Cash Awards

While Amit Panghal was handed a cash award of Rs 14 lakh for his silver medal-winning effort in 52kg category, Manish Kaushik received Rs 8 lakh for winning the bronze in the 63kg in the just concluded AIBA World Boxing Championships

Phenomenal Panghal: From Late-Comer At Training To World-Beater

Sep 21, 2019 PTI

Amit Panghal, the pint-sized dynamo from Rohtak, became the first Indian male boxer to claim a silver medal at the AIBA World Boxing Championships, which concluded in Ekaterinburg, Russia on Saturday


AIBA World Boxing Championships: Amit Panghal Goes Down Fighting In Final; India Achieve Best-Ever Medal Haul

The second-seeded Amit Panghal became the first Indian male boxer to finish second in the AIBA World Boxing Championships and the country achieved its best-ever medal haul of two. Manish Kaushik (63kg) had signed off with a bronze earlier, after losing in the semifinals

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18 September, 2019

World Boxing Championships: Amit Panghal, Manish Kaushik Enter Semis, Assured Of Unprecedented Medals

Outlook Web Bureau

Amit Panghal (52kg), who is also the reigning Asian champion, defeated Philippines' Carlo Paalam 4-1 to be assured of at least a bronze at the World Boxing Championships.


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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